Crowns and Sharks hook up for UK tour

By Colm O'Rourke
By January 31, 2012 June 7th, 2015 London

A string of spring tour dates have been announced by Cornish folk-punk quartet Crowns.


With support on the road from Warwickshire punk foursome Sharks, the twelve dates follow on the back of the release of a self-titled EP by the band. The six-track set, released on their own imprint Ship Wreckords, is out on March 5 – or St Piran’s Day in their native duchy.


The tour schedule is as follows:




25 – Wrexham, Central Station

26 – Manchester, Star And Garter

27 – Birmingham, Rainbow

28 – Glasgow, King Tuts

29 – York, Stereo

31 – Nottingham, Rock City




1 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach

2 – Bristol, The Croft

3 – London, The Lexington

4 – Brighton, Green Door Store

5 – Tunbridge Wells, The Forum

6 – Kingston-upon-Thames, Fighting Cocks


The guys are also playing three gigs in the West Country next February – in Truro, Launceston and Exeter.  Details on those shows and the tour with Sharks can be found on the Crowns website.

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